This collection of 10 carols and seasonal songs can be played individually for many occasions, but was put together in this format especially for ringers to provide continuous music in a small space with
This traditional hymn is presented in a straightforward arrangement that can be played by young players or by players with little rehearsal time. This two octave arrangement is between 1:30 and 2:00 minutes
This song works particularly well with beginning bell players. The dotted half note/quarter note motive that occurs throughout this piece is an excellent introduction to dotted rhythms. At almost 2 minutes
These four beginning pieces are designed to be played by beginning ringers of any age. The arrangements include lyrics and are written with strong melody lines. The harmonies are mostly simple chords or
Here are two patriotic songs for beginning bell players. Playable on handbells, tone chimes or hand chimes, these arrangements of "America (My Country 'Tis of Thee) and "America the Beautiful" are perfect
The two pieces in this set are both from the Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach, and were originally notated to be played on keyboard instruments. Using only the bells from a standard two octave set, they use
Here are five bell descants written for five favorite Easter hymns. These are flexible and reproducible descants written out both with keyboard accompaniment and with a separate traditional bell score.
This is the second set of five bell descants written for five favorite Easter hymns. These are flexible and reproducible descants written out both with keyboard accompaniment and with a separate traditional
The Carol of the Bells is also known as "Ukrainian Bell Carol." This arrangement is playable by players who have a year of experience on bells or chimes. This piece uses eighteen bells from a two octave
This arrangement of "Crown Him with Many Crowns" opens with an extended fanfare. The melody line is embellished with chords on the first verse and finishes strongly in four part harmony. It ends with a
The Swedish tune, Tryggare Kan Ingen Vara, has been used for over a century as the melody for the song, "Children of the Heavenly Father." This arrangement for two-octave bell ensemble retains the simple
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